Yesterday I came back home after spending twelve great days in Bosnia, which proved to be a great trip for a number of reasons.
I always saw the opportunity to go to Bosnia as a blessing, particularly because I want to work with young people and this was a trip that involved working with young people. It also centred around culture and social change, which is what I’m all about.
However, this was a trip that came at an ideal time, as it forced me to come out of my comfort zone and gain confidence when interacting with others, which is exactly what I need right now as I continue to set up my youth platform. I also gained various skills that will help me in my future endeavours.
My time in Bosnia has also provided me with a lot of writing material, at a time when I was slightly struggling with writing ideas, particularly for this blog.
The greatest thing about this trip though was meeting so many beautiful people, who I know that I’m going to maintain friendships with and will definitely bring something new to my life. They made me feel comfortable in a short space of time and I was able to connect with so many of them, which doesn’t happen very often for me